Volunteer at Coughton Court
We are looking for volunteers to join our team in delivering exceptional visitor experience and enjoyment at Coughton Court. National Trust offers access to a flexible and rewarding volunteering experience where you can share your knowledge or learn new skills, meet interesting people and help to create new ideas and shape our future plans.
We will be starting the new season at the end of February and look forward to welcoming our existing volunteers back. We can always use more. Is this something that might interest you? We will be holding a recruitment day 16 February 11am to 3pm. Keep an eye on this website for more news. Below is a little bit of information about volunteering at Coughton and a few words from some of our volunteers on why they have loved volunteering here so much.
Inspire others with your interests
The roles we have available now at Coughton Court are ‘customer focussed’ and will suit people who like a fast paced environment and who have a natural enthusiasm with an energy and a desire to make an experience memorable; yet it is equally as important to help visitors feel relaxed, whilst enjoying a really warm, friendly and authentic welcome everywhere they go. And even when things don’t quite go to plan you will always have a positive outlook and visitors will feel that you have done everything you reasonably can to resolve things. These roles support visitor facing teams including areas such as reception, membership, café and the entrance to the historic family home.
Volunteering opportunities available include full days and part days with a variety of start times. Because we operate an on-line rota you can plan your volunteering to match your availability.
Contact us on 01789 400777 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to arrange to come in and talk about volunteering.
Lizzie, one of our room volunteers, tells us her role is great for fuelling her interest in Tudor History. She started by visiting Coughton Court, fell in love with the place and then joined us as a volunteer.
As a bonus she also meets lots of nice people, visitors, volunteers and staff who are all appreciative of her time and the information she shares.